According to psychologists, if I have more money I am more likely to take candy from children. I am less likely to stop my car for a pedestrian. And my children might be less happy. But, according to psychologists, if I have less money I also become irrationally distressed. So what are we to do with the money that we do or don’t have?
Listen to Sam Chan speak on how to find extra-ordinary wealth when money isn’t enough.
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Dr. Sam Chan is on of City Bible Forum's national communicators. He is a cultural analyst, theologian, public speaker, author, medical doctor, and karaoke buddy. Sam was born in Hong Kong, grew up and lives in Australia, studied medicine at the University of Sydney, and did his PhD in Theology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS), Chicago, USA. He is author of two books; Evangelism in a Skeptical World and Preaching as the Word of God.